Giovanni Battista Contini

Giovanni Battista Contini (1641 - 1723) was an Italian architect of the Baroque period.

He trained in Rome under Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini, but imbibed the influence of Francesco Borromini. He designed churches both in Lazio and the Marche. He designed two churches for the Oratorian order in Macerata and Cingoli.[1]

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References

  1. ^ ABC Roma, short biography.
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